Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by sillyoldbear, Dec 31, 2013.
ODF in a cob is quite tasty. Reminds me I should order more!
Taking notes for breakfast tomorrow
Great. Now I want to go to Five Guys.
Good morning all, 28 degs f here in N. Cent. Indiana with more snow and a deep freeze coming. Enjoying Sir Walter in a well broken in cob. Waiting for USPS to bring me 6 oz. more of Old Companion. Happy anniversary, Art.
Sutliff St. George's Blend in the Repamepip cob aka. ( Hot Rod Cob )
Thanks for the link Jim I will see if there are any episodes that I do not yet have,
and yes I am a fan Of Jack, Doc and Reggie, only through the magic of radio
could Tony Randall be the worlds greatest bare knuckle fighter.
Morning All, Happy Saturday! Having Rekamepip's Mystery Blend in this sweet 80s Kriswell restored by Tim West. Puff On!
Now it's Peretti Oriental #40 in the Rekamepip pearwood Oyster with the bark still on. Just about to get out in the cold and take care of my errands.
Starting this frosty Saturday with a bowl of
C&D Bayou Morning in the Invicta bent rusticated Rhodisian.
Lots of hot coffee on the side.
Snuck out for one coin of Escudo in the Rossi. My wife's cousin is still here...you know what they say about house guests and fish. We're now onto the third day and I'm ready for this dude to get out of my hair!!
Smoking more Anni Kake in a Mountbatten bent bulldog. Glad I decided to bring two small bowled pipes for these occasional quick smoke breaks. We are getting ready to go to the grocery in a few minutes. Need more Presidente beer and vino tinto.
Awesome! Congrats! Please let us know what you get.
Butera'sLat #1 in a Sav.
I can think of worse things to have than a burger for breakfast....
Really enjoying this Mystery Blend that Rekamepip sent me. Got to find out the secret!
Essence of Vermont in a MM legend while shovelling last night's snow. Then off to the airport to pick up a friend's daughter. Enjoyed a full bowl of Button Bay in a BST Compact Little Brute while parked at the airport. Being able to access wifi and watch the flight arrivals on an iPad is the cat's meow. The last time I saw her was years ago when she was about five or six at her home in Montevideo, sure has changed a lot during the intervening years. Surprised the heck out of me by asking if she could take a puff from my pipe. (Sasquatch, one of the most beautiful women I've ever seen sends her compliments to you on your skill and craftsmanship). Off to the hotel to check her in and have breakfast, with both of us puffing away on pipes, during the drive. Turns out that she's been smoking her father's pipes since she turned 16. Sitting in the hotel restaurant just catching up and comparing smoking regulations in Canada and Uruguay, she made the observation that cars in Canada are so much more advanced than at home. So many more electric cars here. She'd come to that conclusion since all the cars in the hotel parking lot were plugged in. There was a bit of laughter from a neighbouring table while I explained engine block heaters.
Irish Flake in a Peterson Canadian and more black coffee, while feeling very fortunate about the number of interesting people I've had the pleasure of meeting during my life so far. -20C(-4F)
More Grasmere Flake
in the Viennese clay
courtesy of OT.
It's early enough, I
Should fire up the lathe.
What is it about Hoosiers and Old Companion? I love the stuff, and it does not seem to get much traction on TR.
I have about three pounds of 1 or 2 oz samples of various things people have sent me and open tins. As long as I have Old Companion and Louisiana Red open, I am only getting in a bowl or two a day of anything else. SO... I let the tins run out, and I am smoking through some different things. I have about 2 oz of OC in the car still and maybe 4 oz left in a tin at the office. It has been an interesting journey through the tobaccos out there...
Having gorged on my Saturday pizza, time to sit down and watch No Such Thing while swing off the end of a bowl of Royal Yacht in the Benfield.
Golden Extra in a Yello-Bole straight bulldog